The other minor occupations in the towns include cap-making, basket-making, picture-framing, etc. Of these the occupation of cap-making is found in big towns. The equipment of these establishments consists of a sewing machine, scissors, needles, thread, straw-board, canvas, cloth, etc. The medium-sized and big establishments are managed by the owners' family members as well as by the salaried staff. The wages of the employees vary from Rs. 50 to Rs. 120 per month. The other items of expenditure include rent, raw materials, electricity charges, etc., and the amount spent on these items per month is from Rs. 150 to Rs. 250. The cost of the sewing machine is from Rs. 350 to Rs. 600.

These shops make various types of woollen, jari, Gandhi and folding caps. They are sold to wholesale and retail dealers or directly to the customers at retail rates in the local market. The monthly income of small shops ranges from Rs. 130 to Rs. 200 and that of medium-sized shops from Rs. 200 to Rs. 325.